Library of Ruina Coming to PS4 and Switch

ProjectMoon-developed “library battle simulation” game Library of Ruina will be making its way to the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch on April 25, 2024, in Asia and spring 2024 worldwide, courtesy of Arc System Works. There will be a physical and a digital version, each available for $39.99. It was previously released for Xbox One and PC on August 10, 2021, and is currently available via Steam as well as Microsoft Store. The new version will include Japanese voice-overs, an in-game digital soundtrack, art book from the PC version, and developer commentary.

Library of Ruina is a turn-based strategy RPG that follows the story of a fixer, Roland, who is made to work for Head Librarian, Angela. They invite guests to fight Librarians with the stipulation that if they win they get to take any book they want, but if they lose they get turned into books. This is all done with the goal of Angela finding the one book that will let her become human. The battle system revolves around using cards and dice, the Librarian and guest select cards strategically according to the one chosen by the other, and dice rolls decide the effectiveness.



Naeem Ali

I have been gaming since I received the Sega Master System as a young child, which was the first console I ever owned (Yes, I am that old). The game that got me into RPGs was Final Fantasy VIII, a game that I still adore to this day. My favorite RPG of all time, however, is Shadow Hearts on the PS2. I do have many other interests outside of gaming as well, such as watching old-school wrestling, Reading books, 80s movies.... or anything 80s related as a matter of fact.

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